Music From Brazilian drumbeats to indie-folk harmonies, tap your toes and sing along at free music concerts for the whole family! 

Han Han with HATAW

Toronto

Ages 5+


May 17 / 3:30pm

Concert Stage60 min

Han Han is a Filipina-Canadian artist and operating room nurse. At the hospital, she saves lives. Onstage, she inspires audiences.

Han Han is joined on stage by Filipino-Canadian dance troupe HATAW which fuses diverse styles of dance & performance art.

Presented in English, Tagalog and Philippine Dialects

Han Han

HATAW Performing Arts

The Heavyweights Brass Band & Friends

The Heavyweights Brass Band

Toronto

All ages


May 16 / 3:30pm

Concert Stage60 min

Come enjoy the irresistible Heavyweights Brass Band and guests Kevin Breit and CHRiS ROuSE as they bring a Second Line party to Junior 2020. A delight for the whole family!

Presented in English

Heavyweights Brass Band

Moscow Apartment

Toronto

All ages


May 16 / 12:30pm
May 17 / 12:30pm
May 18 / 12:30pm

Stage in the Round60 min

Come and discover one of the buzziest new female youth bands around! Moscow Apartment is an indie folk rock duo with a number of national awards to their name and appearances at high profile festivals. Bringing electric crunch to tight folk harmonies, Brighid (15) and Pascale (16) recently toured across Canada opening for The Good Lovelies.

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Parents are a Drag

Zee Zee Theatre

British Columbia

Ages 5+


May 16 / 12:30pm
May 17 / 12:30pm
May 18 / 12:30pm

Lakeside Terrace45 min

Join drag queens Peach Cobblah & Isolde N. Barron for a drag dress-up spectacular! Add some rainbow to your day at this fun and inclusive event which reminds young ones, their parents, caregivers and everyone in between that it’s never too early (or too late!) to get silly and dress-up

Parents are a Drag celebrates diversity with songs, laughter and play. With opportunities for the audience to become part of the show, be sure to come dressed to impress or ready for some dress-up time.

Presented in English

Performance advisory: Music is fairly loud.

Limited capacity – registration recommended.

Cast & Credits

Maracatu Mar Aberto

Toronto

All ages


May 16 / 2:30pm
May 17 / 2:30pm
May 18 / 2:30pm

Stage in the Round60 min

Thunderous drums and voices, joined in song, from Africa to Brazil to Toronto; this is the sound of The Open Sea. Maracatu Mar Aberto takes you on a journey to northeastern Brazil and the many rich traditions of cultural expression found there during this energetic and interactive musical show.

Presented in English

Maracatu Mar Aberto

Junior Concert Series:
Honours Orchestra

Sistema Toronto

Toronto

All ages


May 16 / 12pm

Concert Stage30 min

Come and listen to Sistema Toronto, which provides musical and intellectual opportunities to children in vulnerable communities, with the goal of inspiring transformative social action. Sistema builds stronger communities by enabling at-risk children to overcome poverty, grow and thrive as engaged citizens and future leaders.

Presented in English

About Sistema Toronto

Junior Concert Series:
SWING by SPLASH

Etobicoke School of the Arts

Toronto

All ages


May 17 / 12pm

Concert Stage30 min

Join Canada’s top show choir as they perform their 2020 award-winning SWING set.

SPLASH is a nationally-recognized, award-winning show choir from Etobicoke School for the Arts in the Toronto District School Board. Performance highlights include singing with Naya Rivera from the hit show Glee, being the subject of a documentary on Global News’ 16X9, The Real Glee, and claiming the top prize at Canada’s Show Choir Championship seven times.

Presented in English

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Junior Concert Series:
All Nations Juniors

Toronto Council Fire Native Cultural Centre

Toronto

All ages


May 18 / 3:30pm

Concert Stage60 min

The All Nations Juniors Drum Group will bring the beat of Mother Earth to audiences from all backgrounds and ages. Enjoy this First Nations Pow Wow-style youth drum group and find your own beat to march to!

Presented in English